Meek Mill After Watching 'Surviving R. Kelly': 'It Don't Take a Rocket Scientist to See What Was Going On'

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Meek Mill attends the Billboard 2018 R&B Hip-Hop Power Players event at Legacy Records on Sept. 27, 2018 in New York City. 

Lifetime's six-part documentary series Surviving R. Kelly unveiled eye-popping revelations about the Chicago native, much of which had been rumored for decades. Many in the hip-hop realm have since spoken out in disgust with what they witnessed over the six hours of television, one of those artists being Meek Mill, who took aim at Kells after viewing the first two nights of the harrowing series on Saturday.

"I’m not feeling R after watching that .... it’s so much filthy shit going on in this industry nobody will ever really speak on the wild shit because most of them could have docs like this or even worst done about them," he replied to a fan during one of his #AskMeek Q&A sessions. "It don’t take a rocket scientist to see what was going on.... what I’m tryna figure out why did they let it go on soooooo long!"

Other artists unafraid to bash Kelly and give their thoughts on the docuseries include Omarion, Tank, Ne-Yo and many more in the industry.

Omarion explained that he felt compelled to speak out since R. Kelly penned a number of songs for his group B2K. "Those responsible must be held accountable. #rkelly was both a victim & a predator & accordingly must be held accountable but also get professional help. His artistic genius inspired us all. His music is being muted by the darkness of his actions. The dark always comes to light," he wrote.

Check out Meek's thoughts on Surviving R. Kelly below.